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I know there is a post that we can have Post Fruity/Coco Pebbles :D ***That makes me so happy, I lived on Cereal before going gluten-free...

But i was wondering are there any other gluten-free cereals that we can buy at a regular grocery store?

Thanks a bunch!

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So far, Malt-O-Meal corn bursts are safe. We have to keep checking the labels, as there is talk of changing the recipes.

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Thank you Dessa for responding. So far I've been living off of gluten-free Rice chex and EnviroKids Peanut butter cereal (which isnt too bad). But I really miss just eating a bowl of cereal- even if it is the "sugary-rot your teeth out-" cereal :lol:

Thanks again!

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I eat the corn bursts dry when I want a sweet snack. I don't like them with milk on them, so I drink the milk in a cup, and eat the cereal with my fingers!

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I used to be a huge cereal fan before having Celiac, but I have to say that the Amazon Frosted Flakes are AMAZING. I love them. They taste like regular cereal. Just bought 5 boxes at Whole foods and they also carry them at my local Giant.

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I also think the EnviroKidz cereal is good - the Gorilla Munch is pretty sweet and reminds me a little of Cap'n Crunch. I can find it at Safeway. It might be in the organic food section. Barbara's Puffins cereal is okay, a little bland but not offensive. It's also cheaper than the EnviroKidz. I just wish they made a gluten-free version of Froot Loops!

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Yes Sally it is. Post cereal is manufactured by Kraft who will not hide anything. Those are 2 cereals that are gluten free :D I eat them sometimes

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